Tokyo Camii and Turkish Culture Center東京ジャーミイ・トルコ文化センター
The largest mosque in Japan, Tokyo Camii stands along Inokashira-dori Street in Oyama-cho, Shibuya City, Tokyo. In addition to five prayer services each day, Tokyo Camii also conducts wedding ceremonies, worship workshops, and other events. In addition, Camii actively seeks to provide information on Islam-during prayer times, the mosque is open to visitors who wish to view the building (parties of five or more require an advance reservation) and a guided tour in Japanese is provided during the 14:30 prayer on Saturdays and Sundays.
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Tokyo Shibuya-ku Oyamachou 1-19 [map]
- open everyday
- Parking Lot
- Not available
- Credit Card
- Not available
- Place of worship is a sacred place where Muslims worship.
In the case of women, bring a stole or scarf (color, pattern, shape is not necessary), long sleeves/long trousers,
long skirt (hide to the ankle Please come in clothes with less exposure of the body such as things.
Please refrain from admission in women's shorts, camisole, tank top, mini skirt etc.
Please also refrain from half-pants and tank tops
downstairs In the hall, women's scarves are unnecessary but please try similar clothes.
Worship center notes
1. Please take off your shoes entering the place of worship Shoes are on the left and right after passing the entrance Please put it in the shoe box.
2. In the place of worship, please refrain from my language and ask quietly.
3. In the worship hall, photography and video shooting for any purpose requires prior permission (Inquiries to the secretariat) When worship is done and photography without permission of worshiper is not allowed. 4. Although it is possible to observe during worship, sit quietly behind and walk in the worship hall Please be careful not to go around.The upper floor of the worship hall is a worship place dedicated to women.
5. Also, please refrain from entering with pets.
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- View route from Station View route from Bus Stop View route from IC View route from Parking
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